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A A Milne Winnie the Pooh Facts and trivia A.A Milne – the writer • Alan Alexander Milne • Born: 1882; Died: 1956 • Was a student at his fathers school – where one of his techers was H.G Wells • Studied Mathematics at Cambrdige – started writing • Wrote for Punch Magazine – later became its editor • Was a soldier in both worl wars • Wrote for adults as well – but later was mostly known for his „Pooh” books and poems for children A.A Milne – the father and storyteller • In 1924 'When We Were Very Young‘- a book of childrens’ poems was published (includes a poem about a Teddy Bear who "however hard he tries grows tubby without exercise„) • In 1925 that Pooh officially came into being In a bedtime story that Milne had made up for his son (Christopher Robin) about adventures he had with his Teddy Bear • Milne didn't write the Pooh stories and poems for children but intended them for the child within us • He never read the stories and poems to his son Christopher, preferring rather to amuse him with the works of P.G Wodehouse The characters • The characters were inspired by the stuffed animals of Milne’s son • The original illustrations were drawings by Punch illustrator, Ernest Shepard The story Winnie-the-Pooh (1926) is the first volume of stories about Winnie-the-Pooh Includes stories such as: • Pooh Goes Visiting and Gets Into a Tight Place • Eeyore Loses A Tail and Pooh Finds One • Christopher Robin Leads An Expotition To The North Pole The story The House at Pooh Corner (1928) is the second volume of stories about Winniethe-Pooh Includes stories such as: • Tigger Comes to the Forest and Has Breakfast • Pooh Invents a New Game and Eeyore Joins In • Tigger Is Unbounced The characters – Winnie the Pooh Role: Cuddly absentminded stuffed bear Hobbies: Eating honey, always hungry Favorite Phrase: "Do you have any honey?" Note of Interest: Disney's Pooh was based off the Agnes Brush plush sold in the 40s and 50s The characters – Piglet Role: small, curious stuffed pig Hobbies: eagerly experiencing the world, being a good friend to Pooh Favorite Phrase: "Oh, dear, oh, de-de-de-de-dear, dear." The characters – Eeyore Role: Melancholy stuffed donkey Hobbies: Constantly losing his tail, moping about Favorite Phrase: "It's not much of a tail, but I'm sort of attached to it." The characters - everyone else • • • • Tigger Rabbit Kanga&Roo Owl The place – 100 acre wood The place – 100 acre wood The Hundred Acre Wood is the fictional land inhabited by Winniethe-Pooh and his friends The wood is visited regularly by the young boy Christopher Robin, who accompanies (or imagines through make-believe) Pooh and company on their many adventures (One hundred acres is 0.4 square kilometres or 0.15625 square miles.) In A A Milne's books, the term "Hundred Acre Wood" is actually used for a specific part of the larger Forest, centered around Owl's house The Hundred Acre Wood is based on Ashdown Forest in East Sussex, England The car park at Gills Lap, TQ 467 315 contains a display panel with a map of the surrounding area and the features from several of the Winnie-the-Pooh stories marked on it The "Enchanted place" is a a small wood 200 m to the north A monument to A.A Milne stands 100 m further on The place – 100 acre wood Eeyore lives in the "House at Pooh Corner" It is an A-frame house built of sticks around the bush from where Eeyore's old house used to be It was built by Pooh and Piglet Owl used to live in "The Chestnuts" until his residence blew down Eeyore "found" Owl his new home Owl now lives in "The Wolery" which is the beech tree where Piglet used to live Piglet now lives with Winnie-the-Pooh [...]... the larger Forest, centered around Owl's house The Hundred Acre Wood is based on Ashdown Forest in East Sussex, England The car park at Gills Lap, TQ 467 315 contains a display panel with a map of the surrounding area and the features from several of the Winnie- the- Pooh stories marked on it The "Enchanted place" is a a small wood 200 m to the north A monument to A.A Milne stands 100 m further on The. . .The place – 100 acre wood The place – 100 acre wood The Hundred Acre Wood is the fictional land inhabited by Winniethe -Pooh and his friends The wood is visited regularly by the young boy Christopher Robin, who accompanies (or imagines through make-believe) Pooh and company on their many adventures (One hundred acres is 0.4 square kilometres or 0.15625 square miles.) In A A Milne's books, the term... wood Eeyore lives in the "House at Pooh Corner" It is an A-frame house built of sticks around the bush from where Eeyore's old house used to be It was built by Pooh and Piglet Owl used to live in "The Chestnuts" until his residence blew down Eeyore "found" Owl his new home Owl now lives in "The Wolery" which is the beech tree where Piglet used to live Piglet now lives with Winnie- the- Pooh
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